Marshmallow Pie.

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Introduction: Marshmallow Pie.

In this Instructable I will demonstrate the complex art of creating your very own marshmallow pie.

Step 1: The Ingredients.

-Marshmallows
-Graham crackers
-chocolate syrup
-butter

Step 2: Preperation

Melt the butter and crush the graham crackers, then mix them together with a fork. the mixture should be one tbsp butter for every graham cracker. once the mixture looks crumbly press it into the desired crust shape and place as many marshmallows as you would like into the crust, obviously not to many.
Now douse the marshmallows in chocolate syrup and put it into the microwave for 1 - 1 1/2 minutes. Once out of the microwave quickly stir and then put in freezer for about 10 minutes.

Step 3: Enjoy!

Now that your masterpiece is finished, eat up!

NOT LIABLE FOR INSTENTANOUS VOMIT! just kidding. :P

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    lioneatr
    lioneatr

    11 years ago on Introduction

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    limpach
    limpach

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I tried something like this once for my boy scout troop. We had to make some sort of dessert in a dutch oven. So we came up with a S'more pie. Iwish I had thought of this way to.

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    Noname23
    Noname23

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I've done the same thing we did peach cobler though. XD

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    The Bottomless Paddling Pool
    The Bottomless Paddling Pool

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I'll put marshmallows in the microwave with my hot chocolates and after about one and a half minutes they expand to a few times their original size and go all gooey. That's just a guide, for this i would do it a bit longer.

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    Noname23
    Noname23

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah about one or one and half minutes should be fine.